BLACKHAWK!® Sportster SERPA Handgun Holsters
I had another holster that I had made for my Ruger SR9c and I had to wait a little over two weeks to get it. I really wasn't happy with it after getting it. I had to hold the holster with my left hand in order to get the gun out of the holster. A friend of mine bought this one and liked it, so I tried it out. I was extremely impressed. After I got back from our hunting trip I sent my holster back and ordered the Blackhawk Serpa. My gun pulls out of the holster very easily and locks back in place, which I really like. Having the gun lock in place is a very nice feature. Just push the release and the gun comes out easily and your finger is in the safe position. I also like being able to adjust the holster to the size of my belt and tilt the holster at the angle that I prefer.
I haven't tried the paddle, don't know if I will use it. I'm really happy with the holster the way I have it set up now.
April 28, 2013
I was really impressed ,it holds gun tight to body and really like lock feature to hold gun in holster, also very comfortable even while driving.
March 19, 2013
It was just as expected. The instructions could be a little better as far as different configurations. Even though it was on backorder, it arrived within a short time. I am very pleased.
January 28, 2013
I had to cross reference with a couple other sites but to save everyone a little time I am confirming that the Springfield XD model does indeed fit the XDM. This fits my XDM 3.8 like a glove and is very comfortable. The release catch is adjustable, it will be tuned for your model but if for some reason it is off you can adjust it easily.
This is a concealed-carry holster and as such will not work with weapon-mounted lights or lasers unless they are behind the trigger housing. Anything mounted to the front rail will not fit in this holster.
This holster also comes with two screws so that you can make it where you must run your belt through it instead of slipping it over your belt/trousers.
Quick but secure release won't leave you fumbling under duress.
I have combat experience in the military and as a civilian I stick with BlackHawk when available. Thoughtfully engineered, Marine approved!
January 28, 2013